Richard Katz

former California High-Speed Rail Authority board member

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Former California State Assemblyman (1980-1996) as Democratic Minority Leader and Chair of the Transportation Committee; consultant and board member of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority; former California High-Speed Rail Authority board member

Richard Katz on KCRW

The California High-Speed Rail Authority still promises a bullet train that will take a little more than two and a half hours to run between L.A. and San Francisco.

Whither High-Speed Rail?

The California High-Speed Rail Authority still promises a bullet train that will take a little more than two and a half hours to run between L.A. and San Francisco.

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In the aftermath of the  crash with a freight train  that killed 25 people in Chatsworth, today's  Los Angeles Times  reports that the company employing the Metrolink driver has had…

Metrolink to Address Safety along the Tracks

In the aftermath of the crash with a freight train that killed 25 people in Chatsworth, today's Los Angeles Times reports that the company employing the Metrolink driver has had…

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New York's   Mayor Bloomberg  wanted to institute what's called "congestion pricing," but the state legislature turned him down cold.

Congestion Pricing: Is it Time to Charge LA Drivers for the Right to Be on the Road?

New York's Mayor Bloomberg wanted to institute what's called "congestion pricing," but the state legislature turned him down cold.

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